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In the News: Wednesday, June 27, 2016

Posted By Nicole Zefran, Thursday, June 30, 2016

News from around the globe around access to quality, locally relevant business education 

   

Wits’s free online courses will boost access to higher education, university says

The University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) announced on Thursday that it had developed free, online courses to be made available over the next three years, as part of efforts enhance access to higher education.

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USAID Commits More Than $38 Million to Global Entrepreneurship

Today at the 2016 Global Entrepreneurship Summit, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) announced four new investments totaling more than $38 million that will help mobilize the power of global entrepreneurs and innovators in the fight to end extreme poverty. 

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Here's Why Brexit Could Cost MBA Jobs And Business School Applications

Brexit threatens to harm the UK’s standing as a hub for elite universities, and Friday’s referendum result has placed the nation’s entire higher education sector into a period of uncertainty.

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University of Chicago Professors, Students Were Disappointed by Dismissals and School Finances

Faculty members at the University of Chicago stated that leaders of multiple academic divisions were given an authoritative order to cut down the budgets by 8 percent, following an official order of the university to reduce spending on administration, Chicago Tribune reported.

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How Technology Can Deliver Broad Improvements in Health Care

Interview: Kenneth Kizer of UC Davis describes innovations that make it possible for providers to reach large groups of people in new ways.

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Tanzania: College of Business Education Introduces Two New Postgraduate Programmes

The College of Business Education (CBE) has introduced two postgraduate programmes to be offered in the upcoming academic year to fill the existing gap in higher cadre of international business management field and promote problem solving in supply chain management.

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